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Textile designer; creative weaver. Confident leadership skills; reliable under pressure; organised. Diligent worker; meticulously detailed; patient; experimental. Fast learner; motivated; responsible team player.
Updating and maintaining company website. Designing and circulating promotional material (e.g. website homepage banners, newsletters, Facebook posts). Ordering stock inventory.
Illustration for company website by hand and on Photoshop. Re-colouring fabric prints for upcoming collections. Sorting and packaging stock.
Cataloguing past and present fabric. Trend research. Assisting with loom set-up and weaving.
Delivering consistent, friendly service, often receiving positive feedback from individuals Managing challenging situations and customer complaints
First Class Honours. TEXTILE DESIGN, SPECIALISING IN WEAVING. I HONED MY WEAVE DESIGN AND TECHNICAL SKILLS, FABRIC CONSTRUCTION KNOWLEDGE, DRAWING AND PAINTING, VISUAL RESEARCH AND CRITICAL THINKING.
Distinction. EXPLORED VARIOUS DISCIPLINES BEFORE SPECIALISING IN TEXTILES. DEVELOPED MY EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO DESIGN AND APPROACH TO ARTIST/DESIGNER RESEARCH.
Art (A*), English Language (A), Film Studies (A)
Exhibited degree final collection in the Archway shop window of Selvedge Magazine
COMMENDED IN THIS CATEGORY OF THE BRADFORD TEXTILE SOCIETY COMPETITION FOR MY FABRIC woven from 100% British Wool.
Commended in this category of The Bradford Textile Society competition for my woven fabric that combined two different processes in its production.
Second place for Textiles in the Glendenbrook Prize for Enterprise and Innovation at Loughborough University.
Only Fashion/Textiles student chosen to exhibit at Nationwide WJEC (Welsh exam board) Foundation Art and Design Exhibition.